Report: NCAA Could Pay Billions To Settle Antitrust Suit

(Undated) — The NCAA is in jeopardy of having to pay a big price. According to ESPN, the NCAA’s national office might be responsible for a settlement expected to be more than 2.7-billion-dollars in the House v. NCAA antitrust lawsuit. Parties have proposed that the national office, instead of the individual member schools or conferences, would pay for the settlement of past damages over a period of 10 years. The payments would go to former college athletes who say they were illegally prevented from making money by selling the rights to their name, image and likeness.

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